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Rules, Guidelines, and Dress Code - Love Honduras

Individuals participating in a mission trip through the Buffalo Dream Center:

  1. Submission and respect by Volunteer is to be shown to leadership and staff of the Buffalo Dream
    Center at all times.

  2. Realizing that the city or country being visited is culturally different than where Volunteer is from,
    Volunteer will not question or argue with the leadership and staff of the Buffalo Dream Center regarding
    the way they operate the various ministries.

  3. Volunteer is expected to follow the same daily schedule as the leadership, staff, and other volunteers
    of the Buffalo Dream Center.

  4. No new romantic relationships will be tolerated among team members.

  5. Volunteer is expected to provide his/her own spending money while on the trip. This amount should
    be based upon Volunteer’s own spending habits.

  6. Volunteer is responsible to provide any extra snacks and special food items he/she requires.

  7. Smoking on the mission trip is prohibited.

  8. No alcoholic beverages, illegal drugs, or pornography are allowed at any time or in anyone’s
    possession while on the missions trip.

  9. Volunteer’s sleeping area is to be kept clean at all times.

  10. Proper dress is required at all times. Please see “Dress Code”.

    I understand that failure to comply with one or more of these policies could result in my immediate
    dismissal from the property and/or ministry. In the event of a dismissal, there will be no refunds for the
    remainder of the scheduled trip.

    I agree to abide by the rules and regulations set forth by the Buffalo Dream Center, and I understand
    that they may change from time to time due to circumstances that dictate such changes.

    I agree to fully support the leadership and staff of the Buffalo Dream Center in word and conduct. I will
    remain positive and flexible. I understand that they are responsible for the performance, behavior and

Dress Code

  1. If Volunteer has to ask himself/herself, “Is this appropriate?” – It is probably not appropriate.

  2. The climate of Honduras is hot. Keep this in mind when bringing clothing. Clothing that is loose fitting
    and modest must be worn.

  3. Sometimes evenings are cool. A light jacket or sweater is appropriate.

  4. Shorts are acceptable. If Volunteer wears them, they should be of modest length. Capris are also
    acceptable for ladies.

  5. Women’s shirts should be of modest length. The stomach should not be visible when the hands are
    raised. Modest tank tops are acceptable for some activities but not all activities. For males, tight-fitting
    muscle shirts are unacceptable for all activities except when building the house.

  6. Volunteer should bring some clothing that he/she doesn’t mind getting ruined including an old pair of

  7. Sunday attire: In many churches in Honduras it is considered a requirement for females to wear a
    skirt. Therefore females must bring a skirt or dress. The skirt must pass your knee. For men cotton
    pants or nice jeans are acceptable with a button-up shirt or polo shirt.

  8. Every team member must have at least one pair of running shoes that completely cover the foot and
    at least one pair of long pants or jeans. This is for your safety at work sites and certain activities. Sandals
    are acceptable as well for most other activities.

  9. Do not bring expensive jewelry or accessories. Remember the Buffalo Dream Center is not responsible
    for lost or stolen items

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